Storm Keating shares heartbreaking pictures as son Cooper is hospitalised for 72 hours

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  • Storm Keating has revealed on social media that her son Cooper had to spend three days in hospital.

    It’s tough for a parent to see their child poorly, even if it’s just a cold.

    So it’s no wonder that Storm shared her relief on Instagram after her son Cooper was finally discharged after three days in hospital.

    The mum-of-one, took to social media to share snaps of her, Ronan and her little man, after she was finally able to take Cooper home.

    Her one-year-old had to be hospitalised in London because of a virus, but the mum did not reveal which virus caused it.

    Alongside the pictures, she wrote: ‘After a very long 72 hours… we’re finally taking our little button home. Thank you Dr Massoud and all the wonderful team #theportlandhospital for taking such amazing care of our boy ♥️’.

    Many of the Australian fashion designer’s fans rushed to comment on the post to send their well-wishes and share their own experiences of having poorly little ones.

    One wrote: ‘Glad your little man is much better now, such a stressful time when our kids are unwell. ❤️❤️’

    Another said: ’72 of the longest hours a parent ever spends. Happy to hear you are all heading home.’

    A third also commented: ‘Get well soon Cooper. Its horrid when little ones are poorly.’

    Cooper was born last year and he’s the couple’s first child together. While he’s the 37-year-old only child, Ronan is already a dad to Jack, Missy and Ali from his first marriage.

    But their brood might be getting bigger sometime soon, as the dad-of-four has confessed he wants more kids with wife Storm.

    Speaking to Australian website WHO, he said: ‘We definitely would. Right now, we’re really enjoying Cooper and his age. I don’t think we’d want to change anything with that but yeah, of course – please God – down the line.’

    And seems like Storm is on board with the idea of adding to their brood.

    She added: ‘That would be lovely.’